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From Rep. Swalwell, representing California
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Covid has crushed our restaurants. @HouseDemocrats and @SenateDems have proposed reloading the Restaurant Revitalization Fund. Nearly EVERY Republican voted against it and killed the bill. Here’s what a Bay Area restaurant owner shared with me when he learned the bad news.

From Rep. Williams, representing Georgia

BREAKING: The Jan. 6 select committee says it has obtained evidence that Rep. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA-11) (R-GA) led a tour through the Capitol on Jan. 5, 2021 — contradicting earlier denials by GOP lawmakers that any tours occurred that day.

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Kyle Cheney
@kyledcheney
Arlington, VA

Senior legal affairs reporter for @POLITICO with a focus on 1/6 aftermath. Tips: kcheney@politico.com NY ➡️ BOS ➡️ DC

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This is the same Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA-11) who filed an ethics complaint against me and 33 of my Democratic colleagues for asking for an investigation into any members of Congress who might have given Capitol tours on 1/5/21 when the tours weren’t happening because of COVID.

From Rep. Curtis, representing Utah
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As co-chair of the Congressional Olympic Caucus, I’m pleased to see Utah become the temporary home for the Ukrainian curling team and other Ukrainian Olympic athletes, coaches, and family members thanks to this effort by the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation.

Cited source — sltrib.com
From Rep. Pelosi, representing California
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Today, @HouseDemocrats passed the Consumer Fuel Price Gouging Prevention Act to prevent Big Oil from #RippingOffAmericans at the pump.

This legislation will crack down on oil companies imposing exploitive, excessive, unfair energy prices on America’s families.

From Rep. Jayapal, representing Washington

231-192, the House approves $28 million to help FDA deal with baby formula shortage. All NO votes were Republicans and 12 GOP members voted for it. It now moves to the Senate

Manu Raju
@mkraju

Chief Congressional Correspondent, @CNN. Roaming the Capitol halls, covering the Hill and politics. Die-hard Chicago sports fan. Wisconsin Badger for life.

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192 House Republicans voted AGAINST funding to stop the baby formula shortage.

Read that again and then ask yourself: is the GOP *really* pro-life?

From Sen. Padilla, representing California

The Senate has voted 86-11 to pass the House-passed $40 billion Ukraine aid package, sending the bill to President Biden for his signature.

All 11 votes against were Republican:
Blackburn
Boozman
Braun
Crapo
Hagerty
Hawley
Lee
Lummis
Marshall
Paul
Tuberville

Kyle Griffin
@kylegriffin1
Los Angeles, CA

Executive Producer. MSNBC's @AymanMSNBC and @MehdiHasanShow. Opinions mine. Do not congratulate.

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It shouldn't be that hard for Republicans to stand up against Putin and support the people of Ukraine.

From Rep. Espaillat, representing New York
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Las familias de mi distrito han sentido de primera mano el dolor de la escasez de fórmula infantil. Es por eso que voté SÍ con @HouseDemocrats para que la FDA obtenga los recursos que necesita para abordar esta escasez y ayudar a evitar que vuelva a suceder. #FeedOurInfants

From Sen. Murkowski, representing Alaska
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Gas prices in Alaska & across the country have been reaching record highs the past 10 days.

I led a group of my @SenateGOP colleagues in calling out the Biden admin for their failure to address high gas prices—& why their failed energy policies aren’t helping.

Watch here⬇️

From Sen. Markey, representing Massachusetts
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Today Republicans blocked the Small Business COVID Relief Act and turned their back on small businesses who have shouldered the burden of this pandemic. Congress must provide relief so these businesses can get the resources they need to keep our local economies thriving.

From Rep. Bourdeaux, representing Georgia
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I fought alongside fellow Democrats in Congress to deliver these federal COVID-19 relief dollars to support Georgia's economic recovery!

$415M in grants will support our hotel industry workforce, nonprofits, affordable housing, & more.

Cited source — ajc.com